The Romance of Space Travel: On the Sexual Iconography of Spacecraft
EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION | Eric Rabkin, professor of English at the University of Michigan, turns an eye to popular culture to look at America's romance with space exploration over the course of the past century. Providing a close reading of science fiction literature and movies, Rabkin examines the familiar images of spacecraft — probing rockets, invading saucers, and contemporary space stations — and their psychosexual dimension in the American cultural imagination.
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